Meghan Demands Harry To Stop Harmful Addiction That Will Jeopardize Their Life Together Forever

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May 31, 2018

It comes as no surprise that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry want children sooner rather than later. Meghan is 36 years old, and Harry is 33 years old, so the sound of the pitter-patter of tiny feet will likely come soon.

However, before the two even got married, Meghan requested Harry to stop one harmful addiction. The couple got married at St. George's Chapel on May 19, and they are expected to have a child rather quickly.

But before the two can even get pregnant, Meghan needs Harry to do one thing. It's a habit that could impact his health forever.

While smoking and drinking are considered to be "bad habits," they're also known to reduce sperm count. Meghan is asking that Harry quit smoking and drinking before they try to have their first child.

"It’s no secret among friends that they want to start a family immediately," a source said according to "New Idea." "One of the reasons [Meghan] got him to quit smoking is because smoking affects sperm production."

This isn't a terrible request by Meghan. In fact, most people applaud the healthy lifestyle that she is trying to provide her new husband. Thankfully, Harry doesn't smoke regularly, he is only spotted to have one from time to time.

Another great thing Meghan is encouraging is a better diet. Harry has been seeing a nutritionist and has been reportedly working out with a trainer at KX Gym. His goal is to get back to a healthy weight.

"He’s been spotted there at 7 A.M. almost every day," the source stated. "He’s trying to get his soldier body back."

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What do you think about Meghan Markle's demand? Let us know! We'd love to hear your thoughts! In other news, Prince William may have to endure a painful royal tradition leaving permanent, life-altering effects.

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